Charged with Meaning: Re-viewing English 3rd Edition

Author: Edited by Susanne Gannon, Mark Howie and Wayne Sawyer, Publisher: Phoenix
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9781921586187

Charged with Meaning is the third edition of Rev-Viewing English – a book which has become the standard reference for both practising teachers of English and pre-service teachers.

It provides a comprehensive overview of the development of the teaching of English, and discussion and useful information about the range of classroom issues which teachers have to deal with. Many chapters also have additional detailed practical suggestions for classroom applications.

The contributors to Charged with Meaning are practising teachers and teacher educators who have each made their own contribution to the teaching of English in Australia and overseas.


Contents:

  • CHARGED with  MEANING  : Susanne Gannon, Mark Howie, Wayne Sawyer
  • POST-DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENTS in ENGLISH TEACHING in AUSTRALIA : Jack Thomson
  • THE GROWTH MODEL of ENGLISH : Wayne Sawyer
  • THE ‘CULTURAL STUDIES’ MODEL of ENGLISH:  Robin Peel
  • TOWARDS a RHETORICAL PERSPECTIVE : Richard Andrews
  • THE AESTHETIC and ENGLISH TEACHING:  Ray Misson & Wendy Morgan
  • IMAGINATIVE RE-CREATION of LITERATURE: Peter Adams
  • POSTSTRUCTURALISM: Ray Misson
  • READING / READER RESPONSE : Ken Watson
  • CRITICAL LITERACY:  Wendy Morgan
  • VISUAL LITERACY: ENABLING and PROMOTING CRITICAL VIEWING :  John Stephens
  • APPLICATIONS: The grammar of visual design in the classroom: Mark Howie
  • USING PICTURE BOOKS in the SECONDARY ENGLISH CLASSROOM: Jo Lampert
  • FACING DOWN the FEAR: TEACHING POETRY in the AUSTRALIAN CLASSROOM: Louise Wakeling
  • P.S. FURTHER CLASSROOM RESOURCES: Poetry : Wayne Sawyer
  • RECONCEPTUALISING ‘EXPERIENCE’ : Brenton Doecke and Douglas McClenaghan
  • TEACHING SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNERS in the SECONDARY ENGLISH CLASSROOM: Emma Vale
  • LEARNING DIFFICULTIES in LITERACY: OVERCOMING a CONSTRUCT of the LITERATE STUDENT: Marilyn Kell
  • SLIPPING FROM BETWEEN THE COVERS: POSITIONING THE MEDIA IN ENGLISH: Cal Durrant
  • TEACHING FILM : Susanne Gannon
  • CONNECTING VOICES: ORAL ENGLISH: Jackie Manuel
  • SMALL GROUP WORK: David Baxter
  • PLAYSCRIPTS and PERFORMANCE: PAGE and STAGE:  John Hughes
  • TEACHING SHAKESPEARE TODAY: AN INTRODUCTION:  Wayne Sawyer and Ken Watson
  • APPLICATIONS: Shakespeare:  Wayne Sawyer
  • CREATIVE WRITING:  Susanne Gannon
  • P.S. FURTHER APPLICATIONS: WRITING: Wayne Sawyer, Eva Gold
  • LITERACY, GENRE STUDIES and PEDAGOGY:  Paul Richardson
  • PROCESS WRITING: CONFESSIONS:  Brenton Doecke and Douglas McClenaghan
  • JOURNAL WRITING: AN ESSENTIAL TOOL of LEARNING:  Jack Thomson
  • COMPOSING SCREEN DRAMA NARRATIVES:  Mary Mooney
  • APPROACHES to FICTION:  Mark Howie
  • APPLICATIONS: FICTION: Diana Mitchell, Ken Watson, Eva Gold
  • WIDE READING: Ernie Tucker, Deb McPherson, Helen Sykes
  • APPLICATIONS: WIDE READING: Eva Gold
  • USING MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES in ENGLISH: Anita Jetnikoff
  • P.S. FURTHER APPLICATIONS: MEDIA: Eva Gold
  • REPRESENTING the REAL: Eva Gold
  • RESPONDING to STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTS in ENGLISH: Marion Meiers
  • QUESTIONING POPULAR CULTURE: Ray Misson
  • 'KNOWLEDGE ABOUT LANGUAGE' and GRAMMAR: Wayne Sawyer
  • APPLICATIONS: 'KNOWLEDGE ABOUT LANGUAGE' and GRAMMAR: Wayne Sawyer, Mark Howie
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Date of Publication 2010 (Reprinted with corrections). Originally published 2009
ISBN 9781921586187
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